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According to the text accompanying Matisse’s Gourds on the Moma.org website “Matisse recalled that he had created a composition of objects that do not touch—but nonetheless participate in the same intimacy.


How could this be found in a piece of writing? A scene in a landscape where everyone shares the environment, is a part of it, held by it as individuals, but together in a collective experience? In this case does the landscape also become a character?